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Guest posted a topic in Science, Math, & TechnologyHey Everyone, I'm going to admit I'm a complete newbie when it comes to knowing about computers, but I really want to push to learn more about them as I don't even know how to build one or about basic hardware which I'm slowly teaching myself now with the help of online sources. I know how to use HTML and CSS enough to edit things that pre-exist and make basic web pages, but I realized recently that I want to do Information Technology and Computer Repair after I graduate and get A+ Certified in a variety of things. (I'm graduating in the wrong major mind you. I'm in Illustration and hating it more and more as all my peers struggle to find jobs out of school so I'm looking into more practical things now.) Where would one start to learn the basics of computer hardware to really get the systems down and such? I'm considering applying to be a support IT member in my college because no prior experience is needed and if I put a year or so under my belt from the middle of my junior year it'll look good on my resume which currently only has art awards. Any suggestions of where to start, resources, documents, learning jobs, or information about personal experience would help. I know there's a few IT specialists in the kin community and I'd like to get to know you guys. Regards, Sul Narr
Recently, I've told family that I was helping my Wiccan friend with a blessing that night. My family's response was an attempt to tell me that, "Christians shouldn't help the worshipers of Lucifer." On that note, I tried to explain how Wicca really worked, but instead I was yelled at and kicked out of the house for a good hour or two. My shifts were really coming on strong, but I had to hold them back. I just felt like I should note that this sometimes happens to people in the community all because people are scared of differences. ~Nani
Are you a hungry caninekin? Do you have trouble finding what to eat to suit your preferences? Well I have good news for you! I decided to set up a little guide to help newcomers and elders alike to find recipes and foods to match their preferences. Despite this aiming for caninekin, felinekin and other carnivores may find this thread useful as well. Please let me know if any links are broken! Thank you. Remember to eat well. This doesn’t mean just primarily eating meat. Although most canines get their main sources of nutrition from their prey. Many canines eat bits of plant matter and berries to keep their digestive system healthy. Domesticated dogs eat fruits and veggies, as well as kibble. (I don't recommend eating dog food, though.) Wolves eat more than meat too, such as blueberries, cowberries and ash berries. - You might like these tags on the KinFood blog, which hosts lots of recipes for Otherkin. Coyotekin Dogkin Wolfkin Foxkin Wild Dogkin ... And lots more. - Hungry for meat? Look here! Beef and Pork flavored Jerky - $22 Pork Jerky - $20 Beef To-Go Chews - $20 Turkey Sticks - $14 - Treats? Peanut Butter Cookies - $28 Peanut Butter Choc Cookies - $13 12 Paw Print Sugar Cubes -$5 4 Dozen Mini Dog Bone Cookies - $15 Peanut Butter Dog Icecream - $7 Dried Blueberries - $13 Variety of Edible Dog Recipes (auto-play warning.) - [Advice] Want Something Bloody/Messy? Rotisserie Chicken Idea Beets Idea Tomato Idea Don't want to eat actual blood? - Don't like meat? Vegan/Vegetarian Resource List I really hope this helped somebody! Feedback is much appreciated. - Rowan
Hello everyone! I'm Talonvane, but feel free to just call me Talon! I earned a degree in psychology and have been counseling people for a very long time, with problems that do relate to my own. I'm offering the chance to anyone and everyone to message me if they are ever experiencing difficulties, or just need to chat something out to someone else. Everyone deserves a listening ear!! Dont be a stranger! -Talon